While international demand for Australian homes is falling, Chinese buyers remain keen, especially for showpiece projects like the Regal Azzura development in Southport, Queensland. Photo: Regal Azzura
While international demand for Australian homes is falling, Chinese buyers remain keen, especially for showpiece projects like the Regal Azzura development in Southport, Queensland. Photo: Regal Azzura

Where are Chinese property investors buying now? Why Thailand and Australia are booming, from Regal Azzura in Queensland to Bangkok’s The Livin Ramkhamhaeng

  • Queensland has been gaining traction over New South Wales for its affordability and laid-back lifestyle – something that Regal Azzura offers in abundance
  • Thailand remains a popular investment opportunity among Chinese buyers, for its low-cost living and schooling, but feels like a ‘millionaire lifestyle’ elsewhere

While international demand for Australian homes is falling, Chinese buyers remain keen, especially for showpiece projects like the Regal Azzura development in Southport, Queensland. Photo: Regal Azzura
While international demand for Australian homes is falling, Chinese buyers remain keen, especially for showpiece projects like the Regal Azzura development in Southport, Queensland. Photo: Regal Azzura
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